Singer, songwriter, performer, filmmaker and bestselling author Rory Feek will return to the stage in 2018 for a series of “extraordinary, ordinary evenings with Rory Feek,” set in the barn concert hall on his family farm in Columbia beginning with shows in April and running through the rest of the year.
The intimate and inspirational evenings will feature stories and songs from his life before meeting his wife Joey, heartwarming moments with his family and stories about the new and unexpected experiences he’s lived in the past two years since the loss of Joey.
The barn concerts will take place April 13, 14, May 11, 12, June 15, 16, July 6, 7, Aug 10, 11, Nov 23, 24 and 30 and Dec 1, 7 and 8.
“What Rory does on stage is more like a TED Talk with music, than it is a concert,” Rory’s manager Aaron Carnahan said. “Rory’s an unusually gifted storyteller who is able to weave songs, stories and video components seamlessly together in a way that not only entertains an audience, but also profoundly impacts their character and marriages and the way they look at life.”
Feek and his wife, Joey, performed as country music duo Joey+Rory, winning a GRAMMY Award in 2017 for their Hymns That Are Important To Us album. The couple captured the hearts of many in past years, as Rory chronicled their love story, the birth of their daughter Indiana and Joey’s cancer battle on his blog, This Life I Live, as well as their preparation for her passing in March 2016 at age 40. Since he’s released a documentary, To Joey, With Love, and a New York Times bestselling memoir, This Life I Live: One Man’s Extraordinary, Ordinary Life and the Woman Who Changed It Forever (Thomas Nelson). He will release his second book, Once Upon A Farm: Lessons on Growing Love, Life, and Hope on a New Frontier (Thomas Nelson) in June.
For tickets and more information, visit http://www.roryfeek.com/